Volume 22 Number 1 — Spring 2015
Click here to download the 2015 Annual Meeting Packet.
UUPCC is recognizing Dr. Ford for giving generously of his time, his talents, and his financial support to instill Community Capacity Building as a core operating principle within the UUPCC and its member congregations.
Registration is now open for the 2016 Transylvania May Pilgrimage (On A Budget). 2 life-changing weeks in Transylvania for $1,245! Main trip runs from May 7, 2016 with optional pre-trip extension to Budapest and post-trip extension to the Wooden Churches & Painted Monasteries of Maramures and Bucovina. This is a trip not to miss!
Earlier this year we learned about our Transylvanian partners’ efforts to support sustainable alternatives to the proposed gold mines in Roşia Montană / Verespatak. See our Facebook page (http://bit.ly/UUPCC-main) for news updates and new opportunities.
Click here to download the 2014 Annual Meeting Packet.
UUPCC Spring 2014 NewsletterExecutive Director Cathy Cordes looks back at the year in review -- and three churches look forward to partnerships with churches in Newcastle-upon-Tyne & West Yorkshire, England and with a primary school in the Khasi Hills of India. Follow the story of the Atlanta Choir's musical pilgramage through Northern India and read two tales of a wonderful pilgrimage from the US to Várfalva, Transylvania. Get information about the upcoming Global Leadership Conference and about UUPCC events at General Assembly.
The adult choir from the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Atlanta, under the direction of Donald Milton III, sing "Nearer My God to Thee" in the Khasi language. The choir visited the Khasi Hills in February 2014 and sang at several churches in the Shillong area before they moved on to the city of Jowai, where this performance was recorded. This has been an exciting trip for both the choir and the Unitarian Union of Northern India, and a historic one too -- they are the first American UU choir to visit and sing at these churches.
Our partner congregations in Transylvania, with leadership from their Bishop’s Office, have been standing firmly in support of the locals in the village of Roşia Montană/Verespatak who have been protesting the efforts of a Canadian mining company to destroy their homes and lands as well as their cultural and natural heritage.
UUPCC Winter 2013-2014 NewsletterLearn about the latest in partnerships and pilgrimages, including three new partnerships that have been established between North American churches and churches in Transylvania, Budapest and Manila.